DiscoverInterpreting Wine PodcastEp 422: Anne McHale MW, Rosé tasting for Diploma students
Ep 422: Anne McHale MW, Rosé tasting for Diploma students

Ep 422: Anne McHale MW, Rosé tasting for Diploma students

Update: 2020-07-13
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Today’s episode of the podcast is a Rosé tasting for Diploma students with Anne McHale MW. 

En route to becoming an MW, Anne collected three awards for outstanding achievement, covering both the theory and tasting components. Calibrate your palate with Anne’s as she assesses the 2019 Provence rosé from Le Grand Cros at WSET Level 4. Fear not, if you can’t get this exact rosé you can still taste along with any young Provence rosé. Anne gives exam tips specific to rosé, covering bottle ageing and identifying Old World vs. New World rosé. Before broadening out into general advice for Diploma exams, and discussing her Diplomatherapy online coaching service. Simply a must listen if you or anyone you know is sitting unit D3 this October.

Episode outline:

Anne origin story

Practical tasting of Le Grand Cros Rosé 2019 at SAT Level 4

Bottle Ageing in Rosé

Identifying Rosé from Old or New world

Exam technique for wine appearance

Assessing three wines in an exam setting

Quality Assessment in the D3 exam

Diplomatherapy deep dive

Find out more about Diplomatherapy at www.annemchale.com/diplomacoaching

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Guest: Anne McHale MW

Date recorded: 29 June 2020

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Ep 422: Anne McHale MW, Rosé tasting for Diploma students

Ep 422: Anne McHale MW, Rosé tasting for Diploma students